Maple joinery throughout. Black inlay lines in doors and saloon table. The layout allows for a maximum of 7 berths, in 4 cabins, without using the saloon for sleeping, with 2 heads and showers.
The aft cabin is configured with a double berth offset from the centreline, a curved settee, dressing table and a large hanging locker, with abundant drawer and locker space. From this cabin there is access to the aft toilet and shower to starboard, also through to the galley to port.
Forward accommodation provides a spacious double cabin in the bows, with centreline double berth, upholstered seat with vanity table, plentiful clothes lockers and a hanging locker. The deck is accessible via the forehatch.
Aft of the standard forecabin, to port, is a cabin with upper and lower berths, lockers for clothes, a vanity unit and hanging locker.
These forward cabins share a large WC compartment to starboard, accessed from the passageway, incorporating a toilet, washbasin and separate shower stall.
A fourth cabin, aft of the saloon on the starboard side, is fitted out as a workshop with lift up berth.
The saloon features an oval table and settee area to port, outboard of which are a pair of lockers and a central shelf to the hullport.
The chart area is at the aft end of the saloon, and all instruments are mounted in the optimum viewing position at the correct angle for ease of reading. The table can accommodate a half-folded Admiralty chart. There is a good bookshelf outboard of this. AC and DC electrical panels are located behind the navigator's seat.
The galley is located to port of the cockpit, in the companionway to the aft cabin. Panels here give access to the engine compartment. An oilskin hanging locker is built into the aft end of the engine room space.
Sloop with removable inner forestay. Hood slab reef mast and boom upgraded to Formula Hood Aluminium Smartboom.
Spinnaker gear, with single pole and on mast stowage, 2 halyards, sheets, guys & blocks, topping lift & downhaul, with deck fittings to match. (Hood mast)
Preventer lines (12mm braid w/6mm tails) fixed on boom to attach to lazy pole downhaul guy, inc cost of second spi pole downhaul
* Hood keel-stepped conventional mast with lazy jacks and hood smartboom
* Fittings and clutches for 3 reef lines
* Fittings, etc., for discontinuous wire rigging.
* Deck ring fabricated in aluminium.
* Mast coat and clips.
* Conduit for masthead instrument wiring.
* Steaming/deck floodlight.
* Three winch pads for standard winches.
* 4 x 200mm anodised alloy cleats.
* 4:1 Lewmar block and tackle system 9304.
* Spinnaker and cutter gear are available as options.
* Reckman electric furler
The vessel is fitted with discontinuous S.S. Dyform and 1 x 19 wire rigging for the three spreader rig.
* Rigging sizes:
Forestay and Backstay are 14mm Dyform.
Backstay and V3, D4, D1 shrouds are 14mm Dyform.
V1 & V2 are 16mm.
D2 & D3 are 12mm.
The removable inner forestay is 10mm.
Baby stay is 10mm.
Checkstay wires are 8mm.
* All rigging screws are chromed bronze bodied.
Running Rigging and Blocks
1 Main Halyard Dyneema 12mm
1 Genoa Halyard Dyneema 12mm
1 Passerelle Halyard Polyester braid 10mm
2 Signal Halyards Polyester plait 4mm
1 Main boom topping lift Dyneema 10mm
1 Mainsheet Polyester braid